Philadelphia Apartment Guide

For $1,500 a month, you can live in one of the best neighborhoods in Philadelphia.



16th to 21st, Chestnut to Lombard

The Space: A tiny, tired one-bedroom in a brownstone walk-up, with window units.

The Neighbors
: Affluent, dog-owning young professionals; affluent, dog-owning families; affluent, dog-owning empty nesters.

The Perks:
What you sacrifice in personal space you make up for in proximity to great restaurants and good shopping.

The Drawbacks: Dog poop. Seriously. (See: The Neighbors.) Impossible street parking.

For a Little More: An even tinier one-bedroom in a doorman building. Bonus: central air.

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